|High School:||Tift County|
2017: Played in four games before suffering a season-ending injury against Georgia Southern, which was also his lone start of the season . . . Recorded four tackles, including two solo and two assists, and posted his first career fumble recovery . . . Tallied at least one tackle in three of four games played, including a season-high two versus UAPB . . . Also recorded his lone forced fumble against the Golden Lions . . . Granted a sixth year of eligibility following the season.
2016: Played in 10 games in a reserve role at linebacker and on special teams . . . Finished the season with 15 tackles (8 UA, 7 A) and one pass break-up . . . Recorded at least one tackle in five games and multiple stops in four outings, including a season-high six versus Louisiana-Monroe and four against New Mexico State . . . Only pass break-up was recorded against ULM . . . Phil Steele’s Preseason 4th Team All-Sun Belt selection . . . A-State Athletics Director’s Honor Roll.
2015: Started the first two games of the season as a true freshman at linebacker before suffering a season-ending injury in the second against Missouri . . . Received a medical redshirt . . . Posted eight tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks for loss of 17 yards in the season opener against USC . . . Exited the Missouri game in the first half after posting two tackles . . . Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll and Arkansas State Athletics Directors Honor Roll member.
HIGH SCHOOL: 3-star recruit by Scout and 247Sports . . . Rated the No. 6 quarterback in the state of Georgia and No. 106 quarterback in the nation by Scout . . . Rated the No. 41 dual-threat quarterback in the nation by 247Sports . . . Four-year varsity letterman . . . Four-time all-region player and was selected to participate in the Rising Stars All-Star game in Georgia before the start of his senior season . . . Chambers has the ability to lineup at any skill position on the offensive side of the ball and has played multiple positions during his high school career . . . Began his freshman season as a wide receiver and then moved to quarterback at the start of his sophomore campaign . . . Also saw time on defense at the linebacker and safety positions . . . Also recruited by schools such as Troy.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 17, 1997 . . . Son of Herbert and Tiffany Chambers . . . Sport Management major.
CHAMBERS’ CAREER STATISTICS